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  • Canada’s designers rebel against government-developed national logos

    By on 13 December 2013

    When Canadian public broadcaster CBC released the logos being considered by the Government of Canada for the country’s upcoming sesquicentennial, people were quick to react. Nobody was quite as vocal as Canadian designer Ibraheem Youssef, who now works as...

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  • Amazing Posters: A Home For Everyone

    By on 12 December 2013

    The quality of the work submitted for the poster for tomorrow project is getting better and better. The most recent project A Home for Everyone is stunning. The goal of the poster for tomorrow project is to make posters...

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  • Free Design for Non-Profits

    By on 11 December 2013

    Webby award-winning 99designs is giving away free ‘design contests’ each month to a number of certified non-profit organisations around the world. For those unfamiliar with this model, it’s a process whereby designers submit competing designs in response to a...

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  • 3 Decades of Aids Awareness Campaigns #WorldAIDSDay

    By on 1 December 2013

    I was wondering if there is an evolution in style and message in AIDS campaigning. So I started a Pinterest board with work containing print, outdoor and ambient campaigns. From all over the world. The question is too complicated...

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  • Great book about what it is like to be dyslexic

    By on 9 November 2013

    People all over the world struggle with reading for a variety of reasons, like dyslexia, lack of education and an unfamiliar language. I wrote before how a designer came with a solution for those who suffer from dyslexia. It...

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  • Hunting jackets turned into animals under threat

    By on 14 October 2013

    ‘Embodying ethics : Endangered’ is an unique project from Rohan Chhabra. The project was exhibited at the 2013 London Design Festival. After graduation Rohan worked as a Product Designer with sportswear label Nike for 2 years. Since 2013, Rohan...

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  • Artist gives shape to his inner demons #mentalhealthweek

    By on 10 October 2013

    It’s Mental Health Awareness Week in several countries, so it seemed like the right time to share this series of illustrations by Toby Allen, titled “Real Monsters”: Although it could be misconstrued as literally demonizing people with mental illness,...

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  • The traffic lights in New York tell you what to do on 9/11: Forward. Together.

    By on 11 September 2013

    Great guerilla project in New York this morning. On this morning of 9/11, pedestrian traffic lights around New York City have taken on a whole new meaning. The stop symbol has been modified to resemble the fallen twin towers....

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  • Art Against Knives: Role Models

    By on 20 August 2013

    Art Against Knives is a London based collective working with at-risk young people affected by knife crime. In this video they provide young people with the opportunity to tell their own stories. John (volunteer): “I used to be a...

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  • Is the recycling logo recyclable?

    By on 25 July 2013

    The recycling logo is one of the most readily recognizable logos in the world. But lately, the global company Sappi decided that “creativity matters” and created new designs to challenge the well-known bent-arrows symbol. The recycling symbol, a part...

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